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Anything is possible with a bit of fore thought ,take old one out then try to fit the new one the wiring plugs should be the same for two of them but the third one will work the changer so leave that disconnected
there are no lights on the changer. It has to be hooked up to a power wire(4-pins) and a controller that is mounted in/on the dashboard with a fm-modulator connected thru the radio antenna. You also need a jvc hand-held remote to turn it on/off and select the cds.
there is a way to get it working with the ford radio as long as the ford radio is cd changer compatible. You can purchase an adaptor from a dealer of autoleads. They also have a website. http://www.autoleads.co.uk/ were you can find out if its compatible and what lead you need. As far as i can remember with the jvc changers there is a seperate lead for power for a changer which you have to earth to the body of the car aswell have you got this